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"Cosgrove, William" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sat, 8 Mar 2014 21:50:27 +0000
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Bill Cosgrove
Professor Emeritus of English
North Dakota State University
6104 Tracy Ave. So.
Edina, MN 55436
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Good site:

On 3/8/14, 3:19 PM, "Ben Wise" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>Yes, I remember seeing it here before, and probably replied then with=20
>the same reference I'm linking here now, which proves that the=20
>colorization was indeed a fantasy since color didn't come into the
>until the 1930s, as any student of photography, such as Calvin's dad, =20
>well knows: =20
>And btw, I couldn't get those archive links to open.  Are they really
>    ----- Original Message -----  From: [log in to unmask]
>YAHOO.COM>  To: [log in to unmask]  Sent: Sat, 08 Mar 2014 18:44:54 -0000
>C)  Subject: Re: Twain colorized photo    Folks-- This photograph (and
>the =
>practice of colorization) has already been=3D   discussed on the Forum.
> the Forum thread of 10 October 2013 with the S=3D  ubject line
> photos from 19C: including MT," started by Hal Bush=3D  . Here is a link
>o that initial Forum posting:
>3Dind1310&L=3D3DTWAIN-L&P=3D3DR1242&I=3D  =3D3D-3    The article cited in
>is e-mail--containing the same colorized photo of MT,=3D   at Dollis
>is still a functioning URL:
>haracters-life-color-time.html    The location is verified as Dollis
>Hill, =
>1900, per a Forum posting at that =3D  time by none other than Robert
> of the Mark Twain Project:
>ind1310&L=3D3DTWAIN-L&P=3D3DR1824&I=3D  =3D3D-3    The copyright for that
>hoto, as it appears in the Daily Mail, is "Mads Dah=3D  l Madsen /
>rome."    Hope this helps!    M. L. Christmas
>------------------  On Sat, 3/8/14, Fred Harwood  wrote:     Subject: Re:
>wain colorized photo -   To: [log in to unmask]   Date: Saturday, March 8,
>14, 11:37 AM  =3D20   The link contains as much as I know   about the
>.  =3D20   Google around for the source. My brief effort suggested that
>any have =3D3D   posted it, but without linking to original work.  =3D20
>=3D20   On Mar 8, 2014, at 9:12 AM, Kit Barry    wrote:  =3D20   > Thank
>u for this image. It came out very well on my   printer.   > Since this
>ge is going into the archive I curate, it   would   > be most helpful if
>I =
>could add the following   information:   >=3D3D20   >=3DA0 -=3DA0 When
>was =
>photograph taken:   >=3D3D20   >=3DA0 -=3DA0 By whom:   >=3D3D20   >=3DA0
>=3DA0 Where was photograph taken, as in   Hartford, Elmira, other:
>20   >=3DA0 -=3DA0 Was the original photograph a sepia   print, black &
>te:   >=3D3D20   >=3DA0 -=3DA0 When and by whom was the photograph
>zed:   >=3D3D20   >=3DA0 -=3DA0 Method of colorization:   >=3D3D20
> -=3DA0 Is it known why this photograph was   taken, as in for a special =
>=3D3D   occasion:   >=3D3D20   > -=3DA0 Was this photograph used for a
>ific   purpose, as in publicity:   >=3D3D20   > Thanking you in advance,
> =
>>=3D3D20   > Kit Barry   > The Ephemera Archive for American Studies   >
>attleboro, Vermont  =3D20   Fred Harwood   Linwood Cottage   Sheffield